Teaching Job Opportunity  Marin Academy

Special News from February 14, 2013

Below is an exciting teaching job opportunity at Marin Academy, which came to us via one of our team members who received this from Betsy Muir at the Stanford University STEP program.  We are reposting it here in case anyone else may be interested.

 

"We've got openings for an English teacher, History teacher, and Director of Outings for next fall at Marin Academy.

Marin Academy is an independent, college preparatory high school located in the San Francisco Bay Area in San Rafael, CA with an enrollment of 400 students with academic talent, interest in the arts and athletics, and a passion for a multitude of issues. Our students come from San Francisco, the East Bay, and Sonoma in addition to Marin County. Marin Academy has a block schedule in which classes meet every other day for 80-minute periods. Salary and benefits are very competitive. Marin Academy’s mission statement 'asks every individual to think, question, and create in an environment of encouragement and compassion, and challenges each person to accept the responsibilities posed by education in a democratic society.' Marin Academy is an equal opportunity employer committed to excellence through diversity. People of color and women are encouraged to apply."

 

For more information about Marin Academy, please visit their website (www.ma.org).  Candidates are instructed to contact Dean of Faculty, Nicole Stanton, directly to apply.

 

 

Post dated February 14, 2012.

 

 

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